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Education Technology

Making sense of the Byju’s hype machine

Education technology is fine as far as classification is concerned, but what exactly is Byju’s getting at? How far along is it? Will the company get there?

Byju Raveendran has just too much energy. Like, shake your legs constantly and fidgeting with stuff on the table; a pen, an iPad, sort of energy. Also, he is quite the looker. Tall, about six feet, dark, pumped out chest, body-hugging black tee and blue jeans. It adds to his whole persona that Byju has cut his teeth in the art of performing; for years, he has been a sought after teacher and taught mathematics to a crowd of thousands. Tens of thousand. So, fairly apt then, that right now, at the corporate office of Byju’s at…

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